KAMPALA - Uganda's former intelligence chief, an outspoken critic of President Yoweri Museveni, was charged in a military court Tuesday for taking part in politics against army law, his lawyer said. General David Sejusa, 61, denied all five charges, which also included being absent without leave. Sejusa, who was arrested by soldiers at his home on Sunday morning, appeared at the court martial in Kampala, dressed in a white shirt. He was remanded in custody until February 9 ahead of a bail hearing.